hi I'm looking for a fic I read a reaallyy long time ago: modern au, I think it was on ao3 but I could be wrong; Clarke owns this big house where she takes care of all the delinquents like they're her kids, and jasper is her adopted son, and then there's some issues with the school, and I think bellamy's a teacher or something. does this sound familiar?? I'm sorry this is vague, thanks for your time tho
Requested by@hannazk : heey can you do a imagine where y/n is stiles
girlfriend and he’s spending a lot of time with lydia and y/n get’s
jealous and fluff and stuff like this? thx!
A/N : I’m not
a huge fan of jealously that leads to anger or confrontation,
so I twisted it a bit, I hope it’s okay :) Also I gave a first name
to Y/N’s father just because I find it awkward to write (Y/F/N) and I
feel like it sort of breaks the flow of the story to have too many
« blanks » like this. I chose a very generic name, you
can disregard it if you don’t like it. Also I don’t like throwing my
readers in media res (in the middle of the action) so I added a bit
(a lot) of context first, before really working on the request. JuST
DEAL WITH ME OkAY
Also, I really like the first 4k words,but then I feel like I messed it up
Set between season 5 &
Count : 9,2k (listen, I have no self control)
Living in a
small town truly was an experience of a kind. It was like living on
another planet to a certain extent, while also being just an hour
drive away from a bigger city, and all the entertainments it offered.
After your parents’ divorce, you were torn away from the big city you
were born in, and lived all your life. Your mom left with the new man
in her life, claiming she needed some time for herself and to see the
world. That didn’t leave you many options besides moving in with your
dad, who just so happened to come from a small town, and now that
nothing held him back in the city, he wanted to go back and live
obliged, not putting up much of a fight – you were a bit of loner
and never had many friends or anyone worth causing more drama within
your household. You didn’t have a boyfriend, your closest friend
hadn’t given any news in tn days and when your dad assured you that
his birth town was just big enough to have a brand new Theater and
Starbucks, it was settled.
happened in a blur really. Your two stories apartment in Oakland
quickly emptied and it was like all trace of your passage here
vanished from one day to the next. The first seventeen years of your
life had been erased, and yet you couldn’t bring yourself to feel
anything besides mild annoyance, because putting all your stuff in
boxes – with the perspective of having to unbox them a few days
later – was the exact opposite of what you had planned to do for
the last couple weeks before the end of summer break.
Here is some Delinquent Terumob AU for @was-dft (who commissioned it) and @florbe-triz (who came up with the AU if I’m not mistaken), as well as anyone else who finds this. Writing delinquent!Mob is some tough shit, since I’m not used to writing angry, antisocial teen perspective. But I tried my best, so please enjoy!
Shigeo was sitting on the top of the school roof.
It wasn’t his school, actually, but that suited him fine; he didn’t want to be at Salt Middle School right now. His sudden rise to fame has brought countless new and old members of the Salt Middle Gang flocking towards him like sheep, and while the admiration felt a lot nicer than the distain he got from his parents and younger brother, it could get extremely annoying at times.
Compliments didn’t change the fact that Shigeo disliked people in general, and especially dealing with said people. His followers always assumed that the favorite thing to do for Shiro T Poison was beating the shit out of others, but in all honesty, that was only in third place. His favorite thing to do was to sit in the middle of nowhere and enjoy some rarefound peace and quiet.
His second favorite thing was hanging out with the urabanchou of
Black Vinegar Middle School, Hanazawa Teruki.
After their big fight, Shigeo had been sure that Teruki would come looking for revenge, or at least a rematch. The proud types usually did, in his experience; they just couldn’t accept that there was someone stronger than them, plus they felt humiliated. So he hadn’t been surprised when Teruki had walked into Salt Middle School a week later and demanded to see Shiro T Poison.
He had been very surprised, however, when Teru had knelt down in front of him and pledged his fealty. Honestly, he hadn’t known what to do; nothing like this had ever happened to him before. After all, this meant that he now had the whole of Black Vinegar at his command… After several minutes of silent pondering he’d voiced his decision: he’d leave the leadership of Black Vinegar’s delinquents to Teruki, but the command over Teruki to himself - meaning that Shigeo could now call on the whole force of the other school if necessary, but wouldn’t be bothered with anything that actually happened at Black Vinegar.
Teruki had looked kind of relieved. No wonder, really; power was addictive, as Mob knew well.
Teruki knew too. Teruki knew a lot of things that Shigeo had previously thougth only he himself knew, and Teru understood a lot of things that Shigeo felt but nobody else did. Even though Shigeo was a lot more powerful than Teruki, they were both espers stranded in a world too weak for them, and they’d had a lot of similar experiences. It was no wonder the two started to hang out regularly, talking, drinking or vandalizing random buildings.
I guess it’s just a lot more fun to be dissapointed in the world together, Shigeo mused. He’d never had any friends before, but he thought Teruki counted as one. A subservient one, sure, but still a friend.
Well, actually a bit more than that. Slow as Shigeo could be in the fields of social interaction, he had realized by now that his feelings for Teruki extended a bit over the friendship line. The first clue had arrived three weeks ago, when they’d defeated the local claw branch together and Teruki got badly hurt. Shigeo’s emotions had shot straight past the 100% limit, surprising even himself.
(The only thing left of the former base now was a pile of rubble.)
The second clue came directly after the fight, when Shigeo had helped Teruki patch himself up. Not that Shigeo had much experience in the matter, but he was pretty sure the usual reaction to seeing a friend’s blood-covered torso exposed was not a sudden urge to lick the blood off until the other person moaned from something else than pain.
Shigeo didn’t act on that urge, of course. Back then he’d still been too cautious about this sudden development.
But if another opportunity presented itself, he might.
He already knew Teruki liked him back. He’d known even before he’d become aware of his own feelings, since the blond esper didn’t exactly hide his adoration of Shigeo. In his usual listless way, Shigeo had decided not to do anything about it, since it was convenient to have someone utterly devoted around. Now that he felt the same way, he was less sure what to do, torn between the desire to stop beating around the bush and the fun of watching Teruki being oblivious to the mutuality of the emotion.
Plus, part of him was still afraid. Shigeo had never trusted anyone, and for good reason; letting someone into your heart was a big risk.
Then again, Shigeo had always loved a little risk.
Shigeo lazily turned his head. Teruki was standing at the door of the roof, looking over at him with a grin. Shigeo allowed himself a smirk. “Shouldn’t you be in class?”
“Shouldn’t you be in your school?”, Teruki countered, walking over.
Shigeo shrugged. “Like they can teach me anything important. I already know everything I need to about this world.” Teruki tilted his head. “True.”
He sat down next to Shigeo, glancing over the edge of the roof. “Why’d you come here though? Not that I’m complaining, but Black Vinegar seems a bit out of the way.”
Shigeo shrugged again, unable to meet Teruki’s eyes. “Dunno. I felt like it.” Teruki looked at him but didn’t reply, instead gazing out over the roof.
They spent the next few minutes in silence, just looking at the clouds above and enjoying each other’s company. However, Shigeo was startled to find an emotion other than tranquility invade his heart - one he hadn’t felt in ages.
He was nervous. Not even for a reason, simply being alone with the guy he had a crush on was making Shigeo nervous. And that in turn made him feel humiliated. Shigeo prided himself on his strength, so such an obvious sign of his infatiuation, of a newfound inferiority was clawing at his ego. He felt restless; he wanted to punch Teruki to show him that he didn’t have a hold over Shigeo, but at the same time he wanted Teruki to press him down on the roof and do whatever the hell he wanted, no holds barred.
Being in love was confusing, and it was eating at Shigeo’s nerves.
He pulled a small packet of cigarettes out of his pocket and asked, “Hey, d’you have a light?”
Teru started to shake his head, but then he paused, and grinned. “Kinda. Check it out.” He snapped his fingers and suddenly, his right pointer was engulfed in flames.
Shigeo tilted his head, slightly impressed despite himself. “Where’d you learn that?”
“At that Claw place,” Teruki answered smugly. “Remember the fire guy? He was a total loser, but the technique was nice, so I tried to copy it. It’s actually pretty simple; you just kinda twist your energy to a point and flick it and boom! Instant flamethrower.”
Shigeo frowned at Teruki’s description, twist and flick wasn’t exactly the most accurate or helpful advice - allthough it wasn’t really Teruki’s fault; psychic powers were something intuitive and emotional, and that was usually pretty difficult to depict.
Nevertheless, Shigeo clicked his fingers, focusing his energy like Teruki had described.
Teruki winced, the flame on his finger dissapearing with a ring of smoke. “Uh, well, I was in touch with his energy during the fight, so maybe that helped? And I had to try a few times as well, so - ah!”
He flinched as Shigeo carelessly, almost crudely pulled at his spirit energy in an effort to discover the new technique. However, it wasn’t giving Shigeo the results he was hoping for. “In touch with his energy isn’t working, Teruki”, Shigeo scowled
- then he suddenly felt it. It was like a surprise opening, a strange pull that was dragging his powers in a new direction. Curious, Shigeo followed, feeling his energy swell up. On instinct, he twisted his fingers and suddenly Shigeo and Teruki were connected, their energy merging violently, pulling their souls together in a way that felt so intimate it made both of them gasp.
Shigeo cut the connection quickly, adrenaline hammering through his body and his blood roaring in his ears. He definitely hadn’t expected that to happen - though perhaps it was worth it. Teruki breathless and shaken was definitely a sight to behold, a sight that stoked the flames that had been awakened inside Shigeo by the intimacy of the energy connection.
Shigeo’s careless smirk was a bit forced as he clicked his fingers, a flame curling up in the palm of his hand. “That was fun,” he said, lighting a cigarette and taking a deep pull to calm himself. Teruki swallowed, trying to get his composition back. “I didn’t know you could do that.”
Shigeo shrugged, hoping he looked more relaxed than he felt as he released the smoke back into the air. “Me neither. I guess we both learned something.”
Teruki stared at him wordlessly, his breathing still uneven. “You know, I think I need a cigarette too.” Shigeo chuckled and wordlessly handed over the packet, placing his cigarette between his lips again in an effort to get his own heartrate to calm down.
However, Teruki seemed to have other plans. With nimble fingers he fished a cigarette from the packet and stuck it between his lips, then he leaned forwards until their faces were so close Shigeo could feel the blond esper’s breath on his cheeks. Teruki pushed the end of his unlit cigarette to Shigeo’s lit one, smirking as the sparks transferred.
In appearances, he was only lighting his cigarette with the help of Shigeo’s, but even the socially inept esper could sense the coals of anger at the sudden humiliation still smouldering inside of Teruki; fueling the desire now clearly visible in the blond esper’s eyes.
Well, thought Shigeo, stomach swirling with a mixture of nerves and want, they say anger is just another form of passion…
Teruki pulled back, eyes never leaving Shigeo’s, and took a long, slow drag at his cigarette, lips curling around the small roll in a way that made Shigeo’s insides grow hot.
Then the blond esper tilted his head back to blow the smoke into the sky, and Shigeo’s eyes caught on his pale neck, adam’s apple bobbing as Teruki expelled the smoke from his lungs. Shigeo found himself mesmerised, which resulted in Teruki catching his stare - and smirking.
And that was the last straw that made Mob boil over.
Barely a second later he was pushing Teruki to the ground, energy fizzling violently as his emotions went haywire. Teruki’s eyes went wide at Shigeo’s outburst, energy automatically rising to respond to the push that would have crushed anyone else straight through the school roof.
For a second, they stared at each other, caught in a stalemate.
Then Shigeo surged down and kissed him.
Back in second grade, when Shigeo had still had that ridiculous infatuation with Tsubomi-chan, he’d sometimes imagine what his first kiss would feel like. Gentle, he’d thought. Gentle, and sweet, and soft. It would be a pretty kiss.
Well, this kiss wasn’t pretty. It wasn’t soft either, or sweet or gentle - it was angry, and demanding, and sloppy, their lips clashing and moulding against each other in what almost seemed like a battle of wills.
And fuck, it felt so good. When their tongues touched for the first time, a small whimper of pleasure escaped Shigeo, immediately followed by a throaty moan from Teruki that sent a shiver down Shigeo’s back. Screw holding back, why had he ever wanted to wait in the first place?
He grabbed the edges of Teruki’s face, trying to pull him even closer, and Teruki started tugging at Shigeo’s hair, sending pinpricks of pain shooting over Shigeo’s scalp. Shigeo gasped in response, breaking away from the kiss for a second to try and regain his sense of superiority - but suddenly he was rolling and Teruki was on top of him and they were kissing again like they’d never stopped in the first place, only that now Teruki was in control and Shigeo was liking it a lot more than he’d care to admit.
The roof around them was starting to crack, and both of them - especially Shigeo with his bad stamina - were running out of breath, but neither of them felt inclined to stop making out until suddenly there was an ominous rumbling sound and the nearest chimney blew apart, scattering bricks everywhere.
Teruki rolled off of Shigeo and stared at the mess, pupils dilated and lips puffy. “Huh,” he said slowly. “I guess you could say that idea blew up in our faces.”
Shigeo stared at Teruki, trying to get his breath back.
He’d forgotten about Teruki’s adorable obnoxious habit of breaking out in puns when he was excited. “You’re terrible,” he finally managed, sitting up and dusting himself off to keep his hands from straying back to the blonde esper’s face.
Teruki grinned. “More like Teru-ble… but I’m a great kisser, right?”
Shigeo turned away and pinched his nose, hoping his cheeks weren’t as red as they felt. “One more pun like that and I’m gonna stop our make-out session.”
Teruki’s eyes grew round. “There’s more? But the chimney -”
“Salt Mid’s roof is a lot more stable than Black Vinegar’s,” Shigeo suggested with a small smile.
Teruki opened his mouth, and shut it again wordlessly, eyes brimming with anticipation, lust - and unbridled adoration. “You’re amazing, Shigeo.”
Shigeo felt his insides swell with warmth, his head swimming with emotions he’d forgotten about, locked away as they’d been in his unfeeling heart. There were some new emotions which he’d not felt before, too - but that was just a reason to explore them even further, right?
“So are you, Teruki. Now let’s go, before I forget myself and break Black Vinegar’s walls again.”
Teen Wolf AU: Teenage delinquents verse [3/?]. No one knows what makes this awkward family dinner more awkward: Stiles’ terribly transparent lies, Derek’s allusions to sex, or the Sheriff telling them to at least be safe (and secretly hoping that sex is all they’ll get up to).
how would you interpret akira? because sometimes i think i know what it's getting at and sometimes i don't!
to me, and please note that i have never read the manga, it’s about how youths stick together under the actions of corrupt authority figures. there’s riots and protests constantly seen throughout the movie, and even if kaneda is a delinquent shithead teen, he still emerges as a hero and he constantly cares about his friends: he doesn’t want anyone to kill tetsuo but himself, and he risks his life crashing yamagata’s motorcycle purely for a ritualistic sendoff, the blue psychic children also have a really strong friendship.
i think there’s a lot of stuff too about what it means to be alive and a human too, tetsuos powers are described as being primordial and amoeba-like